Our Facility And Well Trained Staff Ensures Your Safety
Dr. Bonine's state of the art surgical facility works to provide you with the best oral and maxillofacial care available.

  • Digital Radiograph—Safety First

    Patient safety is always paramount. Dr. Bonine’s Orthopantomograph OP300 Digital Radiograph (Cone Beam) emits much lower radiation than traditional CT scanning machines.

    It features LDT Low Dose Technology™ to provide low dose scans for sensitive cases such as children, follow-up imaging, implant planning, or any other case where maximum resolution is not required.

    It also features Automatic dose control (ADC) to adaptively regulate panoramic exposure levels to each individual patient, during every acquisition to carefully control patient dosage.

    One of the best features of the Orthopantomograph OP300 is that it enables non-invasive diagnosis and planning. That means that it allows Dr. Bonine to make an accurate diagnosis without having to perform an invasive surgical procedure.

    This Cone Beam imaging technology allows Dr. Bonine to visualize those hidden areas in the mouth, jaw, and sinus cavity to quickly identify and diagnose the problem.

  • Emergency Care

    You will have access to Dr. Bonine 24 hours a day. 24-hour emergency coverage is provided through our office. Dr. Bonine is also on staff at Detroit Medical Center Huron Valley, and St. Joseph Livingston Hospital should the need arise.

    To better address your concerns after oral surgery, Dr. Bonine has the capability to connect with you through FaceTime, iChat or Skype for after-hours emergencies or when your recovery can be managed over the phone (only under Dr. Bonine's discretion).

  • Trained For Safety

    Dr. Bonine's Office is Michigan's first accredited ambulatory oral surgery office, and includes state of the art monitoring and training of Dr. Bonine and his entire staff. Our staff is trained for every oral health care need and every contingency to provide you with the best and safest health care experience from the routine to the unexpected: equipment sterilization, tornado drills, fire training and fire drills, advanced cardiac life support, and pediatric life support.

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